Kadija Ferryman is a cultural anthropologist who studies the ethical, social, cultural, and policy dimensions of digital health. Specifically, her research examines how technologies including genomics, digital medical records, and artificial intelligence impact health injustices, such as racial health disparities. Dr. Ferryman is Industry Assistant Professor at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, where she has redesigned the ethics and technology core course. Before her training as an anthropologist, Ferryman was a policy researcher at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC.  She is an affiliate at the Data & Society Research Institute and at the Center for Critical Race and Digital Studies. She also serves on the institutional review board for the National Institutes of Health’s  All of Us Research Program. Dr. Ferryman received her BA in anthropology from Yale University and her PhD in anthropology from the New School for Social Research. She has published research in journals such as Journal of the American Informatics Association, Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, and Genetics in Medicine.